Diabetic Association Medical College Faridpur
Diabetic Association Medical College Faridpur started its journey on the 15th November 2009 and opened its doors to the students in the academic year 2009-2010. Diabetic Association Medical College is affiliated with the University of Dhaka.
This College is an institution of the Diabetic Association Medical College. This medical college is established by Faridpur Diabetic Association Trust and is run by a Governing Body. It is mentionable that Faridpur Diabetic Association is the 2nd member of the “International Diabetes Federation” from Bangladesh since 2009.
This Medical College is affiliated with the University of Dhaka and recognized by Bangladesh Medical & Dental Council (BM&DC) Approved by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and Enlisted in the World Directory of Medical Schools (WHO).
Diabetic Association Medical College
Now the Medical degrees obtained from this medical college are acceptable to the provincial/territorial medical regulatory authorities in Canada and therefore acceptable to all medical organizations in Canada. Students and graduates of this medical college are eligible to apply to ECFMG (Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates) for ECFMG certification in the USA.
The College follows the course curriculum of the MBBS course as laid down by Dhaka University and Bangladesh Medical and Dental Council. The government of Bangladesh regulates the criteria of admission in 1st-year MBBS course and Dhaka University conducts the professional examinations and awards certificates of MBBS degree.
The Diabetic Association Medical College Hospital (DAMCH) is attached herewith as the teaching hospital which is a tertiary care hospital established in the year 1985 and delivering clinical services in almost all departments of medical science.
ADMISSION FEES IN DIABETIC ASSOCIATION MEDICAL COLLEGE
The fees payable for admission has been fixed at USD 42,000(forty thousand US Dollar only). One may pay the fees by installment where the payment schedule.
STUDENTS NEED TO SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING PAPERS FOR ADMISSION TO DIABETIC ASSOCIATION MEDICAL COLLEGE:
- Eligibility certificate from Medical Council.
- Certified copy (English Translated) of the marks/grade sheet of the qualifying examination.
- Certified copy of the grade equivalence to marks by Boards/schools.
- Copy of Passport.
- Proof of NRI status of the student/parents/sponsor.
- Nationality Certificate.
- 04(four) copies of recent Passport size and 3(three) copies of stamp size Photograph.
- All-Academic Certificates and Mark Sheets.
- Equivalence & Eligibility certificates from the Director-General of Health Education (DGHE), Government of the People’s Republic Bangladesh.
- The Passport with ‘student’ type VISA.
- NOC / Release Letter.
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ALL FEES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE
At the time of admission, all students will need to pay a minimum of 1 (01) year hostel seat rent beforehand, if they desire to measure during a hostel. Hostel accommodation fees are the same as area students for one year. All students will clear their hostel seat rent before appearing within the 1st, 2nd, 3rd & Final professional MBBS examination.
If they fail within the Final Professional MBBS Examination, they’re going to need to pay US$ 800.00 (Eight hundred US Dollars) for every attempt altogether subjects and US$ 267.00 for every subject. All students will clear their tuition & other fees to continue their regular courses. All students need to pay the other charges which can be imposed by the concerned authority associated with the MBBS course, like RFST, study tour, autopsy visit, etc.
DAMC is located in a quiet and serene environment in the heart of Faridpur city at Masjid Bari Sarok, Jheeltuly with all modern amenities.
Since its establishment in the year 2009, Diabetic Association Medical College has come a long way in last the years and achieved a great reputation amongst the non-government medical colleges in the country. We have adequate qualified teaching staff and modern teaching aids like computers, multimedia, and overhead projectors for effective delivery of lectures. This medical college has a full-fledged library with sufficient text and reference books and journals. The library has high-speed internet facilities with HINARI access. Our vision is to lead this institution into a Centre of Excellence for medical education, training, and service.
1983 – 2009 (Year of Seeding& Structural Development) On 25 November 1983, Dr. Mohammad Zahed with some other social workers established Faridpur Diabetic Association, the mother organization of this medical college. On 01 August 1985, Faridpur Diabetic Association launched a Diabetic test of the patients. On 25 November 1985, Faridpur Diabetic Association got the affiliation of Diabetic Association of Bangladesh (BADAS).
There are separate hostels for male and female students with excellent accommodation facilities for the foreign students. There are also two teachers’ hostels.
Laboratories of DAMC
There are 9 (nine) laboratories of pre-clinical departments in the college and 4 (four) clinical laboratories in the hospital. All laboratories are enriched by modern equipment and teaching aids.
Department of Anatomy, Pathology, and Community Medicine have separate well-organized museums with a good collection of models, charts, viscera, and specimens. There is a museum in the Department of Forensic Medicine to display medico-legal specimens like weapons, poisons, models, skeletons, etc.
The college has four air-conditioned lecture halls with a very good sound system and all kinds of multimedia, audio-visual accessories, and all modern teaching equipment.
We have a neat and clean canteen on the third floor of the academic building to serve nutritious and pure food to the students, teachers, and staff.
GAMES & SPORTS
There are isolated boys and girls common rooms equipped with carom board, table tennis, etc. Faridpur District Stadium and Govt. Rajendra College Playground is used regularly for outdoor games. The college authority organizes annual sports competitions for students, teachers, and staff.
A Student has to bear the cost of food of his own. A student also has to pay the University Examination fees to the University of Dhaka for each professional examination and the Study Tour fee at the 3rd year of the MBBS course.
If a student fails to complete the MBBS course within 5 (five) years, then he has to pay tuition & accommodation fees monthly at the rate of that time up to the completion of the course. There is absolutely no other additional or hidden cost.
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DIABETIC ASSOCIATION MEDICAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL
multi-disciplinary medical facilities. It is also a full-fledged general hospital.
– The Hospital has been providing services to both diabetic & non-diabetic around 3000 outdoor patients per day on average. Bed occupancy is around 75%.
– 30% of poor patients are treated free of cost.
– We are committed to providing the best services for diabetic & non-diabetic patients with sophisticated modern machinery, qualified & skilled manpower at possible minimum cost from Diabetic Association Medical College Hospital.
Neonatology & Paediatric
Skin & Venereal Diseases
Cardiology with C.C.U
Endocrinology & Diabetology
Nephrology with Haemodialysis
E.N.T. & Head Neck Surgery
Radiology & Imaging
Radiotherapy & Oncology
Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Food & Nutrition
Department of Radiology & Imaging
4-D Ultra sonogram
Department of Biochemistry
Automated Clinical Chemistry Analyzer
Department of Microbiology
Department of Clinical Pathology
Department of Histopathology & Cytology
6. Department of Immunology
Multiscan Eliza Reader
Department of Haematology
Blood cell Counter
Department of Cardiology
Department of Neurology
Department of Gastroenterology
The Hospital has a reputed 80 bed cardiac unit with CCU to manage and treat cardiac patients. The cardiology unit needs to continue its upward trend in clinical activities as well as introduce advanced latest facilities. We hope to install Cath-Lab in near future.
KIDNEY DIALYSIS UNIT:
Disorders of the Kidneys and Urinary tract are well attended. TURP and other surgical interventions were done in the Urology unit. The nephrology unit is equipped with 23 Haemodialysis machines for dialysis as life support for kidney patients.
On 14th April 2010, this unit started functioning with the donation of 1 machine by son’s of Alhaj Adbul Karim Mia. 4 machines were collected from the Ministry of Social Welfare. 1 machine was donated by the late Chowdhury Sabbir Yousuf, the former vice president of Faridpur Diabetic Association. The unit was overcrowded with kidney patients for dialysis. Our president Mr Mir Nasir Hossain to overcome the situation donated 2 hemodialysis machines, one of which is dedicated to serving the patient free of cost. National Bank Ltd. donated another 1 machine. Dutch-Bangla Bank Ltd. donated 13 hemodialysis machines. By now we have a total of 23 Haemodialysis machines.
Location of Diabetic Association Medical College
The town of Fatehabad was located by a stream known as the Dead Padma, which was 32 kilometers (20 miles) from the main channel of the Padma River. Sultan Jalaluddin Muhammad Shah established a mint in Fatehabad during his reign in the early 15th century.
Fatehabad continued to be a mint town of the Bengal Sultanate until 1538. In Ain-i-Akbari, it was named Haweli Mahal Fatehabad during the reign of Emperor Akbar in the Mughal Empire. The Portuguese cartographer João de Barros mentioned it as Fatiabas. The Dutch map of Van den Brock described it as Fathur.
Its first mention in Bengali literature was by Daulat Uzir Bahram Khan in his adaption of Layla and Majnun. The medieval poet Alaol was born in Faridpur.
Fatehabad was a strategically important base in the south and southwestern Bengal. It was a well-developed urban center. The town was home to important Mughal government officials, including generals, civil servants, and jagirdars. During the reign of Emperor Jahangir in the 17th century, local zamindars Satrajit and Mukund resisted the Mughal government.
By the 19th century, the town was renamed Faridpur in honor of the Sufi saint Shah Fariduddin Masud, a follower of the Chishti order of Ajmer. Haji Shariatullah and Dudu Miyan led the conservative Faraizi movement in Faridpur during the early 19th century.
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About Faridpur City
The Faridpur District was established by the British in 1815. The Faridpur Subdivision was a part of the Dacca Division in the Bengal Presidency established by the East India Company. The municipality of Faridpur was established in 1869. The subdivision covered modern-day Faridpur, Rajbari, Madaripur, Shariatpur, and Gopalganj districts (collectively known as Greater Faridpur). It was included in Eastern Bengal and Assam during the British Raj between 1905 and 1912.
Faridpur was a rail terminus for the Bengal Provincial Railway and the Eastern Bengal Railway, connecting Calcutta with the important Goalanda ghats, from where ships traveled to Colonial Assam and British Burma. British Faridpur was the birthplace of several nationalist leaders of the subcontinent, including Ambica Charan Mazumdar, Humayun Kabir, Maulvi Tamizuddin Khan, and Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. The acclaimed American engineer Fazlur Rahman Khan was also born in the region.
Faridpur saw intense fighting during the Bangladesh Liberation War in 1971. It was one of the original 18 subdivisions of Bangladesh at the time of independence. In 1984, the devolution reforms of President Hussain Muhammad Ershad divided the old subdivision into five districts. In 2015, the Government of Bangladesh announced plans to establish a Faridpur Division.
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